|Sine Fiction, Volume XX: The Drowned World - A_dontigny|
|Sine Fiction, Volume 1: We - A_dontigny|
|A_dontigny - Electromagressive Butoh [ad01] - A_dontigny|
Recorded in early 1999, during Napalm Jazz's most prolific period, this is the first solo project by A_dontigny. Executed live on radio as a single improvisation using three turntables, prepared vinyls and tapes. Philémon makes a guest appearance on track two.
|A_dontigny - SK [ad03] - A_dontigny|
A sound travelogue of Saskatoon (SK) by A_dontigny, inspired by his presence at the Digidome event, held in September 2002. Featuring Paul Dolden (electric guitar) on "Saskenergy."
|A_dontigny - Manifestator de maximo sonore [ad02] - A_dontigny|
Various improvisations from 1999-2001 edited, remixed and processed in 2002 by A_dontigny (turntables, cd players, computer, effects). With special guests Érick Dorion (computer), Philémon (cd players, turntables) and James Schidlowsky (prepared tapes, electronics, effects). Track 2 is an assemblage of 27 turntable improvisations, track 6 is an excerpt from a 2001 live set at Montreal's now defunct Noize music store.
|Sine Fiction vol. XX) The Drowned World - A_dontigny|
|A_dontigny - Sine Fiction vol. I) We [sine001] - A_dontigny|
The initial Sine Fiction installment, by its curator A_dontigny (Napalm Jazz, Morceaux_de_machines). This bleepy EP is meant as an imaginary soundtrack to Yevgeny Zamyatin's genre-defining utopia-gone-bad novel We. Each track is named after one of the main characters of the novel.
Keywords: IDM; Glitch
|A_dontigny - Sine Fiction vol. IX) The Ticket that Exploded [sine009] - A_dontigny|
Following Eucci and Kevin M Krebs, A_dontigny releases the final Sine Fiction installment of Burroughs' cut-up trilogy with ten tracks full of sparks and glitches that fight your other half!(See also Sine Fiction volumes VI and VII)
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|A_dontigny - Sine Fiction vol.XVIII) Lies, Inc. [sine018] - A_dontigny|
For his third volume in the collection, A_dontigny presents a playful and quirky adaptation of Lies, Inc. written by Phillip K Dick in 1966. Here, the psychedelic adventures of Rachmael Ben Applebaum are transformed into an orgy of MC-303.
|A_dontigny, Chantal Dumas - Duophone [ad04] - A_dontigny, Chantal Dumas|
A noisy act of resistance, Duophone is Chantal Dumas and A_dontigny's answer to the 2001-2003 war propaganda. Recorded and mixed by Chantal Dumas in April 2003 at Avatar, a Quebec City-based audio art collective.
|A_dontigny D_turgeon K_wong - Matin du Nevada [nt052] - A_dontigny D_turgeon K_wong|
An impromptu improv session between A_dontigny (turntable), David Turgeon (computer processing) & Kaia Wong (Korg keyboard).
Keywords: Improv; Microsound; Lo-Fi